As much as I like writing, I love reading other people’s posts. There are so many interesting, amusing, informative blogs that it is impossible no to miss anything
So I wanted to share with you some of the great posts I found. Some made me laugh, some made me think, and some are just very useful. I just hope you will enjoy the mas much as I did.
Here is the list of my 10 October Favourite Posts.
Beware the Outrage industry by Linda @ Brooklyn Bread
I came across this post last night and it really struck a chord as, just a few hours before, I’d had a conversation on a closely related subject. Read the post
Enough with the “Mom Shaming” Already by Stacey @ The Soccer Mum Blog
Although I am not a mother, I can relate to what Stacey is describing in her post. Why not live and let live? Read the post
How to Navigate the Blogher Website and Publishing Opportunities by Julie @ Fabulous Blogging
I keep hearing about BlogHer so I got curious and I went to have a look. At first, I thought I was having a senior moment (not such a rare occurrence in my case) because I could not understand how it worked. After a quick Google, I found out that I am not the only one and that Julie has written this great guide. Read the post
Halloween Oreo Truffles: Witch, Spider, Frankenstein, and Owl by Chelsea @ Chelsea’s Messy Apron
Chelsea always seems to come up with the best recipes. This time she has outdone herself just in time for Halloween withe these cute truffles. Read the post
Signs of Life by Rhonda @ Down to Earth
I love reading Rhonda’s blog, and the way she speaks about her garden, about her life. Read the post
How to Stay Sane When Caring for an Elderly Parent by Kerry @ Oh So Amelia
Kerry’s post broaches a difficult subject with her usual no-nonsense, yet sensitive touch Read the post
Positive Ponderings by Mrs Craft @ Craft and Other Crazy Plans
Another thought provoking post by the lovely Mrs Craft Read the post
How to rack up library late fees by Kristen @ The Frugal Girl
Will you smile at Kristen’s tongue-in-cheek post? I know I did. Read the post
The Sneaky Way That Frugality Fixes Paralysis By Analysis by Mrs Frugalwoods @ Frugalwoods
Are we overcome by the multitude of choices modern life offers and is frugality the way to solve this? Another brilliant post by Mrs Frugalwoods. Read the post
Financial Regrets, Do You Have Them? by Katy @ The Non-Consumer Advocate
Every person who has ever made a financial mistake, however small, will relate to this post Read the post
Do you have any post that really “spoke” to you in October?